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." how the affordable care act will improve our error-prone system. and then peniel joseph talks about his book, "stokely: a life", recounting the life of stokely carmichael. it will be our future at noon eastern on "in depth." and paul kengor brings us "eleven principles of a reagan conservative." his recent talk from the reagan ranch in santa barbara, california, airs this sunday at 10:45 p.m. eastern this sunday on booktv. and "the tyrrany of experts", william easterly provides data that shows the best way to end global poverty is to preserve individual freedoms and prevent unchecked state powers. look for these books and watch for the authors in the near future on booktv and on booktv.org. >> i think there are some myths out there. they think it's some are actively preserved product and it's really not. and it's no different than the types of sulfites that you use in making wines. so i wouldn't call it a healthy product, but i would call it something that is a tasty treat. >> as you see, cherries and the various stages. even though we put them in water, they still have wine in the
, but some of it is definitely the affordable care act and it's changed the psychology of healthcare that we really have to get serious about controlling costs and doing better for people by controlling costs. one of the places we'll see a big, big difference is attention to people with chronic illness. knows are the people who use the health care system. and the best places now are really focusing on them, predicting who they are, giving them a lot of services. i refer to it as v.i.p. care for people with chronic and mental illness. that will be the wave of the future. >> gene? >> zeke, last time you and i talked about the affordable care act, you said president obama should have appointed a ceo to roll out the program and make sure that it functioned the way it should. >> right, right. >> is that still a valid criticism, still your criticism? how do you think things are going now? >> it's not a criticism. in 2010 when we passed a legislation and i was still in the white house, it was a suggestion. look, the website and the exchanges are really an e-commerce business and need to be run like
of the republicans in the senate spending hundreds of millions of dollars lying about the affordable care act on the air. >> with the truth. >> the truth hurts here because the fact is that 11 million people have signed up for healthcare under obamacare. we have saved the taxpayers $1.2 trillion expected. that's the truth. and for republicans who don't like this law. that does hurt. >> i am -- obviously you and i are talking different stories. you are talking on obamacare and i'm talking about senator harry reid as a leader and saying things on the senate floor that are are just not true and he continues to be your leader and people step in line and nobody corrals him to get the truth right to be fair himself. >> let me say something about where democrats have been on this. i think democrats have been way too on the defensive about healthcare. >> i'm not talking about healthcare but senator harry reid. >> this is getting to-to-senator reid. >> i agree senator reid has been tough on republicans. >> i don't mind that he is tough. actually i admire somebody who is tough. i was a trial lawyer be
of the affordable care act. they will ever have to go bankrupt because of a health-care bill. if you look at the record, it used to be the case that the reason most people in america filed for personal bankruptcy, health-care bills. he center dot or to the hospital and you could not pay the final bill -- you send your. at the hospital and you cannot pay the final bill and he went bankrupt co. in terms of what might happen if the republicans try to repeal the affordable care act, if you are on minimum wage, it is even tougher, because the only reason today that some of these minimum wage workers will have access to health care is because of the affordable care act. they will be able to afford -- they will have to pay something but not that much, because you and i as taxpayers are helping them through tax credits. that is why already today 13 million, closed up 14 and nine -- close to 14 million americans have health security. host: the publicans think they have the edge over the issue of health care. -- the publicans think they have the edge over the show health care. "the new york times"
job implementing the affordable care act here in connecticut. if any of you know a young person who is uninsured, help them get covered at healthcare.gov. the website works just fine now. you have until march 31st to sign up and in some cases it costs less than your cell phone bill. check it out. healthcare.gov. and making work pay means wages and paychecks that let you support a family. a wage, a paycheck that lets you support a family. now, i want to be clear about this. sometimes in our debates with our friends on the other side of the political spectrum, this may not be clear. so let me repeat it once again. as americans, we understand that some folks are going to earn more than others. we don't recent success. we are thrilled with the opportunities that america affords. somebody goes out and starts a business and invents a new product, that's what drives our economy and why the free market is the most dynamic on earth. we are thrilled with that. everybody agrees. we also believe that nobody who works full time should have to raise a family in poverty. that violates a basic sens
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